Third Meeting of the 14th Replenishment of the African Development Fund (ADF-14) in Luxembourg

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Established in 1972 and operational in 1974, the African Development Fund (ADF) is a multilateral source of concessional assistance dedicated exclusively to the needs of Africa's least developed and most vulnerable countries. Together, the African Development Fund, the African Development Bank and the Nigeria Trust Fund comprise the African Development Bank Group. The ADF is the largest source of development finance solely devoted to clients in Africa.
3 November 2016
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African Development Bank (Abidjan)

Luxembourg — The Third meeting of the Fourteenth Replenishment of the African Development Fund (ADF-14) of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) will take place from 28 to 29 November, 2016, in Luxembourg.

The President of the Bank Group , in close collaboration with the Board of Directors and senior Bank management, will pursue consultations with State participants on the various options for mobilizing additional subscriptions and supplementary resources towards the Fourteenth Replenishment of the resources of the Fund.

The meeting will take place within the context of an overall aim of sustaining the operational activities of the Fund during the implementation of the Bank Group's Long Term Strategy and its High Five priorities. Several Governors (or their representatives) of ADF-recipient countries, as well as observers from sister institutions will also be in attendance.

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